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I'm an avid, very competent DIYer and am after a decent book explaining household domestic electrical systems in particular lighting circuits & diagrams. It also needs to explain the current regs in terms a normal person can understand pointing out in particular how the law has changed for installations/certificates/what circuits/appliances have got to be on RCD's etc.
Any advice on suitable publications would be great. Many thanks in anticipation of your help.
Go to your government electrical regulations and legislation
next purchase the trade books to learn how and why the circuit is installed in a building
what you are seeking is what an apprentice has to learn in the 4 year apprenticeship
Posted on May 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The first thing I would recommend u do is to remove the motor and check the carbons for wear, Their should be at least 3mm of carbon showing, any less then u shud replace.
The other possibility is a faulty heater element, u cud try it with the element disconnected, if it does not trip then the element is faulty.
Plz rate my solution.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
SOURCE: ::check engine like::E49::
It sounds like you really would like to start repairng cars, and maybe take up being a mechanic for a living....
Check into your local Techincal College for classes..and some high schools that still offer tech classes for cars will teach the students using your car...you pay for the parts..they get the knowlwedge/education, and everybody wins.
Good luck, and Happy New Year
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
SOURCE: explanation of terms.
corrrect, electric OUTAGE, is a "power cut"or "failure"and a Broil element, is the elemnt located on the top of the inner cavity of your oven, bake elemnt is lower and broil is upper
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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